Sunday, November 18, 2018

Springfield Thunderbirds

Thunderbirds Score Big Win Against Bridgeport

SPRINGFIELD, MA - Juho Lammikko's goal and two assists helped the Springfield Thunderbirds defeat the Bridgeport Sound Tigers 5-4 Friday night at the MassMutual Center.

Thunderbirds Score Five Unanswered Goals in Front of Sellout Crowd

SPRINGFIELD, MA - In front of their second sell out crowd of the season, the Springfield Thunderbirds defeated their I-91 rivals, the Hartford Wolf Pack,...

Panthers Sign NHL Draft Pick Repo

SUNRISE, FL - Florida Panthers General Manager and President of Hockey Operations Dale Tallon has been hard at work stocking up the NHL &...

Home Sweet Home: Thunderbirds Snap Three-Game Skid

SPRINGFIELD, MA - The Springfield Thunderbirds kicked off their third straight 3-in-3 Friday night against the St. John's Ice Caps. They got off to a great...

Thunderbirds Take On Two Games In Three Days

SPRINGFIELD, MA - The Springfield Thunderbirds will faceoff against the Lehigh Valley Phantoms tonight at the MassMutual Center. The Thunderbirds took down a thrilling...

Thunderbirds Top Bruins in Front of Sellout Crowd

SPRINGFIELD, MA - The Springfield Thunderbirds can put their losing streak to the Providence Bruins behind them, after beating the Providence Bruins for the third time this year with a 3-2 victory

Thunderbirds Take On Another Three In Three

SPRINGFIELD, MA- The Springfield Thunderbirds will have another three games in three nights for the second weekend in a row.  The Thunderbirds will kick...

Springfield Thunderbirds 2017-18 Season Preview

The Springfield Thunderbirds will begin their second year in the American Hockey League playing their home games at the MassMutual Center. Matthew Wiernasz previews the Thunderbirds' sophomore season.

Thunderbirds Shutout Checkers SPRINGFIELD, MA - Anthony Greco scored two goals and a 33-save shutout performance by Harri Sateri helped the Thunderbirds secure a 4-0 victory over...

Thunderbirds Winning Streak Ends At Four

PROVIDENCE, RI - The Springfield Thunderbirds were too much to handle for the Providence Bruins as the Bruins took a 4-2 victory last night at the Dunkin Donuts Center before a crowd of 8,621.